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he had 13.5 sacks. woodley makes the play on the running back mcfadden. >> dan: he did such a super job of fighting off the block of the tight end. brandon myers just stood up with him when ball carrier got close he shed the blocker made the tackle. outstanding play by woodley. raiders of 0-4 on third down. gain of half yard. call it third and nine for oakland. moore the motion man from the gun. palmer throws. caught by moore. first down raiders inside the 20. cortez allan there for pittsburgh. >> dan: good rhythm. fires a fast ball right in the zone. moore gets it and gets the catch, big first down on third down for the raiders. >> ian: darius heyward-bey now along oakland sideline working with the trainer. giordano has leg cramps he's get an i.v. in the locker room. hagan along with rod streater, rookie out of temple. >> dan: here is streater and hagan. >> ian: first down just inside the 20. rush coming. palmer gets rid of it. come backer for streater then hit by taylor. >> dan: because of injuries in the preseason streater was the raiders leading receiver. very comfortable with h
, or completeness of any transcription, or for any errors in transcription. >> dan:on fourth and two to tie it up. ben roethlisberger takes it down fieldgoal before the half up 17-14. >> shannon: 199, three touchdowns. when you can run it like this, matt schaub looked tough. later touchdown. >> boomer: a clinic out there right here 20-3 over san diego. >> bill: michael vick you have to know where the blitz is coming from. derrick rose off the corner. falls on the ground, picks it up, he's going to go 93 yards on fumble recovery for a touchdown. news flash, ladies and gentlemen. they're winning 24-0. do something. >> james: you got to tell us about this one, dan. >> dan: jamal charles, off and running. 91 yards for a touchdown. in over time, ryan kicks the game winning fieldgoal from 31 yards, brew breeze talks about disappointing 0-3 saints. >> there's no doubt in my mind we'll turn this thing around. and i don't know what that is going to result in in regards to how many wins or playoffs or whatever. but we're going to be a great team. sam buccaneers were up early but takes hand off. 11 yards. >
>> dan: and good evening. i'm dan ashley. we literally got breaking news. it involves the national football league, apparently according to espn and pro football.com they have worked out an agreement with the referees, n.f.l. walkout may be over and we understand that a official crew, regular n.f.l. referee crew will be in for tomorrow night's game in baltimore. this comes after all kinds of the replacement of the replacement of referees what may have been the tipping point in a game against green bay and seattle whether a bad call literally green bay the game. this whole story exploded after that with incredibly intense criticism for the n.f.l. for not getting the referees back on the field, not letting the lockout come to the end. they have made a mockery of the sport this season but the regular referees may be back in action as soon as tomorrow night. we'll continue to have more on this a little later in sports and full report as we continue. let's move on to the other top story tonight. >> a 11-year-old oakland boy who returns home from the hospital after being shot, but tonigh
revealed. >>> good morning, everyone. dan's off enjoying the labor day weekend. we're happy to have our legal analyst, dan abrams, in for him. >> great to be here. >> great to see you again, dan. we're all thinking of our good friend, robin roberts, this morning. as you know, she lost her mother thursday night. she was able to make it home to mississippi to say her final good-byes. and robin is scheduled to begin her bone marrow transplant surgery next week. thousands of you have been reaching out over facebook and twitter. so many joining team robin. we have our bracelets on in support of our friend robin roberts. certainly, she and her family are in our thoughts and prayers this morning. >> the amazing thing about robin is she's always so more concerned about people around her than herself. even when she's going through all of this. really amazing. >>> we do have a lot of news this weekend. mitt romney riding high from his campaign speech. but he and his campaign are still fielding questions about this, that strange clint eastwood speech. we have new details this morning on just how t
of september 11th. and joining us dan henninger, mary anastasia o'grady and, with the anti-american protests across the arab world this week, tell us about our standing in that part of the world, and the ferment in arabia? >> well, i think, paul, what's happening here is where essentially we came in when the arab spring began in egy egypt, tunisia and spread to other countries and the feeling at that time that came out the united states couldn't really support any of these movements in the arab spring because quote unquote, we don't know who these people are, which is to say that the united states, and including the state department, just was not that engaged with these countries at that time. now, when you think of how, to what extent egypt or libya since these transitions have been in the news, it's been basically not at all on their own, and still a piece with the obama administration's policy on foreign policy, to lower america's direct engagement rather than let international institutions deal with it. what we're seeing is the result of the united states, kind of the not withdrawing ent
. >> and i'm dan ashley. somehow, someway she was not hit by a bullet. amazingly with dozens of shots fired, neither was anyone else. it all went down on east 16th street and seminary avenue. alan wang is live at oakland's eastmont police station where the search for the gunman continues. >> that's right, dan. this happened around 3:30 this afternoon. i spoke with several residents who say they were extremely surprised that no one got shot. but they weren't surprised this happened. this is a tough part of oak -- oakland and this is what life is like here. >> i am a marine. i know. >> tony goodwin says he returned from iraq suffering from severe ptsd. the sound of machine gunfire went off right next to his apartment and reopened some deep mental wounds. >> immediately when i woke up i wanted to grab a weapon. i thought we were being attacked. >> it is scary. >> police say a man with a white shirt pulled over his face stood on the corner of east 16th street and seminary avenue and unloaded 38 rounds. >> i looked up, and i just started seeing stuff flying. i told my daughters to get down, get
. first on the tee representing europe, graeme mcdowell. >> dan: graeme mcdowell and rory mcilroy got up to a 3-up lead before the americans battled back, but in the end, it was mcilroy and mcdowell who grabbed the point with a 1-up victory. they lost yesterday afternoon, but this is one of the formidable duos for olazabal. >> gary: this is pulled just a little bit trying to cut back, but item not sure it will. >> on the e tee, representing the united states of america, jim furyk. >> dan: after the loss in the morning, jim furyk now in his eighth ryder cup, took the afternoon off and so saw his overall team record in these ryder cups plumet even further. 4, 14 in 3 but a chance to get one back here with snedeker in the foursomes. >> gary: this one starts up the right hand side. needed to kick a little left. >> dan: and furyk will set brandt snedeker up in his approach from just inside that first cut. so, both captains pick snedeker and furyk off in the final match and this is a birdie to win the hole over at the 4th for justin rose and ian poulter. americans already in with par and that
this labor day weekend. dan harris continues his vacation this morning. we're happy to welcome back dan abrams. our legal analyst and expert who's filling in. >> and both of us are wearing our team robin bracelets. many of you know our good friend lost her mother a few days ago. we want to pass on to you that her family is planning a small, private service and robin is set to begin treatment later this week. >> after yesterday's show, so many people reaching out on twitter and elsewhere asking how you can help. we have all of the information on our website. go to gma.yahoo.com/robin. you can get updates. learn how to get a bracelet. even how to become a bone marrow donor yourself. >> it's so quick to sign up. painless, and of course, we're all thinking about robin and her family right now. >> absolutely. >>> but there are other stories. only two months now until election day and both sides ratcheting up the rhetoric. barnstorming battleground states this weekend. so, what does the president have planned for his big convention this week? >>> also, another brutal brawl in an nfl preseason
, and welcome to "the nfl today." i'm james brown and i'm joined by the awesome foursome, they would be dan, coach, ashanti, and boomer. the giants showed they were for real in their big win over carolina on thursday night. so the question is what other team will prove themselves today? dan: the team that's got to be real is the new york jets and mark sanchez. he has a losing record against the miami dolphins as a starter. he didn't play well last week. miami is very good against the run. that's going to put a lot more pressure on the passing game. you've got the whole tebow circus sitting on his shoulder. and they're looking at san francisco and houston in the next two weeks. they're in a must-win situation a lot of pressure on mark sanchez as a quarterback. if they win, new england gets beat by baltimore and then there's no pressure. bill: the team that's been the jekyll and hyde is the "dallas." they beat the new york giants on opening night and then they go up to seattle and beat 27-7. last year, they finished the season 1-4. tony romo wasn't the problem. it was the defense. they have g
on with us. we appreciate it. thank you. >>> good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. our other top story, the expected, but tragic news involving a highway patrol officer. >> no doubt it is on the mind of the officer just speaking with us. he was critic leer wounded in a shootout. tonight he passed away. we have live team coverage on the story. and we start with leslie brinkley live at john muir medical center in walnut creek. leslie, it was clear this was coming. >> that's certainly true, dan. a sad night here in walnut creek. we do know that family members and chp officials say by tomorrow they will be ready to begin plans for a memorial, but tonight the news out of here was that a family man, a dedicated chp officer died in the line of duty at john muir medical center tonight. >> this evening at approximately 6:05 p.m. officer kenyan youngstrom was pronounced deceased. >> doctors had not expected the officer to survive after a bullet to his head severed his spinal cord. he was on life support for a day and a half. his organs will now be donated. >> this has been a life alter
was a terrorist attack designed to coincide with the anniversary of september 11th. and joining us dan henninger, mary anastasia o'grady and, with the anti-american protests across the arab world this week, tell us about our standing in that part of the world, and the ferment in arabia? >> well, i think, paul, what's happening here is where essentially we came in when the arab spring began in egy egypt, tunisia and spread to other countries and the feeling at that time that came out the united states couldn't really support any of these movements in the arab spring because quote unquote, we don't know who these people are, which is to say that the united states, and including the state department, just was not that engaged with these countries at that time. now, when you think of how, to what extent egypt or libya since these transitions have been in the news, it's been basically not at all on their own, and still a piece with the obama administration's policy on foreign policy, to lower america's direct engagement rather than let international institutions deal with it. what we're seeing is the
weekend. we welcome back dan abrams. our legal analyst and expert. we're wearing our team robin bracelets. our good friend lost her mother a few days ago. we want to pass on to you the family is planning a small memorial. >> after yesterday's show, so many people reaching out on twitter and elsewhere asking how you can help. we have all of the information on our website. you can get updates. learn how to get a bracelet. >> it's so quick to sign up painless and of course, we're all thinking about robin and her family right now. >>> but there are other stories. two months now until election day and both sides ratcheting up the rhetoric. so what is the president have planned for his big convention this week. >>> also, another brutal brawl in an nfl preseason, the latest in the string of embarrassing fan behavior. now, the nfl has a plan to stop it. anger management classes for fans who want to come back. could that actually work? >> that might be an interesting idea, that one there. >> to show up is going to be tough. >>> and can't forget, prince harry, finally set to face his public after h
to 45. and on that month. 44-40%. so, dan, you mentioned the tax reform debate and the president's attacks on romney's tax plan. we've got to add that the obama campaign is releasing this week, let's look at it. >> and won't reveal what's in his taxes and he won't tell you what he'd do to yours. to pay for huge new tax breaks for millionaires like him, romney would have to raise taxes on the middle class, $2,000 for a family with children says a nonpartisan report. you could lose the deduction for your home mortgage, college tuition, health care, how much would you pay? romney just won't say. . >> paul: all right, dan, first of all, let's just say that the use of the wall street journal in that ad was not sanctioned by this newspaper and we don't want to be associated at all with this argument, which i fundamentally think is false. when we get to that. but what about this ad and what it does to the romney campaign? >> well, i think the -- what the obama campaign is doing is just completely surfing under the zeitgeist, and obama separated himself from the unemployment and low grow
in her house at all times. dan and carolyn, one person walked up to me and told me, it is just another day. reporting live in oakland, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. >>> well, developing news in castro valley where police say two cars exchanged gunfire near interstate 580. the shots were reported about 7:30 on redwood road adjacent to westbound 580. the chp shutdown all westbound lanes between the castro valley exit and redwood road for about an hour so they could gather evidence. there are no reports of injuries. it doesn't appear anyone was hit. the investigation is on going. >>> new tonight in san jose, a terrifying time as a house goes up in flames. terrifying because it appeared that at least one person may have been trapped inside. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian is live with the story. lisa? >> dan, the fire started just after 7:00 tonight in the house behind me. take a look. you can see a lot of damage left behind. and right now firefighters and investigators are sifting through the remains. the cause is still under investigation. itthe fire started in the gara
. that's a... pretty serious job. this could be organized crime. duquesne: if that's what dan granger stumbled upon, it could have been what got him killed. yeah, but you know what doesn't make sense? i mean, to do all this takes, like, at least 20, 30 minutes. i mean, you didn't sense that there was anything weird going on during that time? i was busy in back with a customer. okay, now you're sure that you weren't being distracted? i knew it was too good to be true. there was this girl. legs till tuesday. i mean, she was banging, off the chain, man. all right, we got it, she's pretty. did you get her name? no. she tells me she's strapped for cash and willing to do anything for a free tank. she's going to do "anything" anything? ♪ (clears throat) hi. hi. problem with the pump? mm-hmm. maybe you can help me. well, that's pretty, uh... it's risky behavior, so i'm assuming that you wore protection. with a girl who will give it up for a free tank of gas? hell, yeah. we can get her dna off of that. it's in the ladies' room. okay. it's in the ladies' room. i'll go get it. ♪ ms. rinell,
'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. somehow, someway she was not hit by a bullet. amazingly with dozens of shots fired, neither was anyone else. it all went down on east 16th street and seminary avenue. alan wang is live at oakland's eastmont police station where the search for the gunman continues. >> that's right, dan. this happened around 3:30 this afternoon. i spoke with several residents who say they were extremely surprised that no one got shot. but they weren't surprised this happened. this is a tough part of oak -- oakland and this is what life is like here. >> i am a marine. i know. >> tony goodwin says he returned from iraq suffering from severe ptsd. the sound of machine gunfire went off right next to his apartment and reopened some deep mental wounds. >> immediately when i woke up i wanted to grab a weapon. i thought we were being attacked. >> it is scary. >> police say a man with a white shirt pulled over his face stood on the corner of east 16th street and seminary avenue and unloaded 38 rounds. >> i looked up, and i just started seeing stuff flying. i told my
nightmare, abc's dan harris spends 48 hours in solitary confinement. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is a special edition of "nightline," no way out. september 20th, 2012. >> good evening, i'm bill weir. well, tonight, across this country, some 80,000 prisoners are locked in solitary confinement. prison reformers pushed it as a humane alternative to hanging, almost 200 years ago. but some modern reformers think it is pure torture. practice has led to congressional hearings, u.n. reports, inmate hunger strikes. to better understand the toll of forced solitude, abc's dan harris volunteered to spend 48 hours in the hole. >> reporter: i'm cuffed and stuffed in the back of a sheriff's vehicle. >> right in front of you. turn around, put your hands -- >> reporter: this is everybody's worst nightmare. >> come on this way, please. >> reporter: the further we get into this, the more real it feels. >> look up at the camera, please. >> everything you need for your spell upstairs. shoes, a blanket. >> reporter: i
'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. >> have you no where to go. >> they are breaking the law. >> tempers flare as the critical mass celebration turns to frustration for drivers stuck behind the wheel of their car. >> what started in san francisco in 1992 is a push for cyclist rights, and it spread to more than 300 cities worldwide, and thousands came out to mark two decades of the movement here. we have team coverage beginning with abc7 news reporter nick smith live at dolores park. >> it was a large crowd, and look over my shoulder. it was a crowd of bike riders helping kris cal mass celebrate 20 years of monthly bike rides through san francisco. the last 60 or 70 or so have gathered here at dolores park. the throngs of cyclists moved about in aimless celebration. while drivers could do nothing but sit and wait. >> we are actually not blocking traffic. we are traffic. >> for drivers, it was utter frustration. at market and van ness we saw one walk in and toc sell with the rider. then they pulled the bicyclist away from her. >> in texas we would shoot your [bleep]. >> police closely mon
for an extradition hearing on monday in nevada. good evening. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. >> have you no where to go. >> they are breaking the law. >> tempers flare as the critical mass celebration turns to frustration for drivers stuck behind the wheel of their car. >> what started in san francisco in 1992 is a push for cyclist rights, and it spread to more than 300 cities worldwide, and thousands came out to mark two decades of the movement here. we have team coverage beginning with abc7 news reporter nick smith live at dolores park. >> it was a large crowd, and look over my shoulder. it was a crowd of bike riders helping kris cal mass celebrate 20 years of monthly bike rides through san francisco. the last 60 or 70 or so have gathered here at dolores park. the throngs of cyclists moved about in aimless celebration. while drivers could do nothing but sit and wait. >> we are actually not blocking traffic. we are traffic. >> for drivers, it was utter frustration. at market and van ness we saw one walk in and toc sell with the rider. then they pulled the bicyclist away from her. >> in
let ron take point on that mission. >> you do make a good point, dan. my husband peter was out of town. instead of calling to worry about our jump, he was calling to check on jake and see how you guys were doing. >> really? >> he was. i'm just saying. >> jake's okay, right. >> jake's okay. we're here, everyone's alive. >>> there are other headlines to talk about this morning with elections less than two months away, new revelations from romney campaign, are they losing key battleground states they must win to take on the election. >> the math is tough for them. they can see it. we'll talk to george stephanopoulos about that in just a few minutes. >>> as we approach the 11th anniversary of 9/11 meanwhile, abc news has obtained a new law enforcement bulletin warning of possible lone wolf attacks. but this year there's a big difference the way security officials handling the anniversary. we'll talk about that coming up. >>> and on a much lighter note, we're all on pregnancy watch this morning. no, not for the royals, but for these guys. the panda at the national zoo at washington, is she
7 using cell phone technology hi kyra. >>reporter: hi dan. we are here at market and seventh where lit relevant thousands upon thousands of cyclist have come to a stop. look at this they are looking at some sort of show on the side of the building above do nut world. circus d'soleil performance and literally stopped all of the city of san francisco here off market street. you could call it the just take position of fairly peaceful cyclist think they are peaceful and making a peaceful movement but extremely disruptive and ter creating very angry from us stated drivers on an strrdly busy friday night on the san francisco streets. let's get you to the video we have been shooting all night. we started with cyclist at embarcadero and folsom just before 7 tonight. critical mass cyclist baby and family. the whole -- no audio] people moving at the end of week. the man had tried given up getting home. he pulled the phone out and took video. we have more video about 20 minutes later we got a mile and a half up the row he had to zero magnet and o'farrell whether it was a complete stan
. >> you do make a good point, dan. my husband peter was out of town. he was calling on jake to see how you guys were doing. >> jake's okay, right. >> jake's okay. everybody's alive. >>> there are other headlines to talk about this morning with elections less than two months away, new revelations from romney campaign, are they losing battleground states they must win to take the election. >> we'll talk to george stephanopoulos about that in just a few minutes. >>> as we approach the 11th anniversary of 9/11 meanwhile, abc news has obtained a new law enforcement warning of possible lone wolf attacks. >>> and on a much lighter note, we're all pregnancy watch this morning. not for the royals, but for these guys. the panda at the national zoo at washington, is she or isn't she? it's more complicated to find out. >>> but first, when we think tornadoes we mostly think of the midwest, but this morning, they're cleaning up pair in the new york city. they tore through the northeast. meteorologist ginger zee all over these. >> each blue dot represents damaging wind reports. the only tornadoes, though
. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. our other top story, the expected, but tragic news involving a highway patrol officer. >> no doubt it is on the mind of the officer just speaking with us. he was critic leer wounded in a shootout. tonight he passed away. we have live team coverage on the story. and we start with leslie brinkley live at john muir medical center in walnut creek. leslie, it was clear this was coming. >> that's certainly true, dan. a sad night here in walnut creek. we do know that family members and chp officials say by tomorrow they will be ready to begin plans for a memorial, but tonight the news out of here was that a family man, a dedicated chp officer died in the line of duty at john muir medical center tonight. >> this evening at approximately 6:05 p.m. officer kenyan youngstrom was pronounced deceased. >> doctors had not expected the officer to survive after a bullet to his head severed his spinal cord. he was on life support for a day and a half. his organs will now be donated. >> this has been a life altering tragedy for the family, and a tragedy that has
washington. pierre, what do we know? >> reporter: good morning, dan. the fbi said the the suspect had deadly intentions. according to authorities adel daoud, age 18, prayed that he would kill as many people as possible before he parked his car outside a bar in chicago on friday night at 7:00 p.m. the fbi said with the bar full of people at one of the busiest times of the evening, daoud stood a block away and squeezed a trigger he thought would detonate the bomb, but as you said, it was a sting. the bomb was a fake. and daoud was arrested. >> pierre, how did police find this guy? and what happened then in terms of the investigation? >> reporter: fbi officials said daoud came to their attention last october after he began posting violent messages on the internet. a few months later, fbi uncovered agents posing as radicals contacted daoud. discussions allegedly began about jihad by the summer as daoud was put in contact with another fbi agent posing as a terrorist and allegedly began planning an attack and looking at potential targets. the fbi says he even did surveillance on the bar, dan. >> s
as quickly as possible. dan, i am not sure that he mentioned, we will be improving the existing digesters so people in neighborhoods to have been nearly so long will have a nominal improvements and impacts from the existing digesters. we agree that we want to deliver this faster and make it happen faster. >> we all had the same reaction. great, we shaved 18 months off. that is still forever. the schedule looks like we will have see " review and schedule and design work which takes about five years. construction takes five more years. does that mean they get no benefits for those five years or are their incremental benefits? >> there will be incremental. i will ask dan to come up and walk through the in-between phases, if you could talk about the processes as they are coming on line. >> to answer your question directly, the major benefit during construction will be the repair of the existing facilities. the way that construction will take place, we are moving to a new site and the entire facility will be built and brought on line. in this instance, there is not a lot of opportunity. you are w
. among them u.s. ambassador christopher stevens who grew up in the bay area. i'm larry beil in for dan ashley. >> and i'm carolyn johnson. the attack on the u.s. consulate seemed well orchestrated and designed to take lives. as many as 20 heavily armed men set fire to that compound trapping the americans inside. they likely died of smoke inhalation. two american destroyers and 50 marines are on the move to libia tonight. all u.s. embassies around the world are on high alert. chris stevens is the first u.s. ambassador killed in the line of duty since 1988. he rushed to the compound to help save others and gave his life in the process. ama dates is live from the cal campus where a vigil took place at stevens fraternity. ama? >> reporter: yes, he was honored because this is where he went to school, and this was his fraternity. i spoke to one of his friends today who actually met him through the fraternity. they have been good friends ever since. and really it is his friends and family who are having a hard time dealing with the news of his death. candles and condolences at the fraternity
'm dan. >> i'm carolyn. we begin with the breaking news in san francisco tonight. >> happening in the mission contradict where protestors have vandalize the police station there after an officer involved shooting tonight. lillian is live with the very latest on the story. lillian? >> dan this all happened within the last half hour so we are still piecing together the details. as you can see there's a heavy police presence at the mission district police statio station. we have been told a group of protestors described as black law came to the station and spray painted killer on the main door. black lock is a group of protestors that wear mask and the color black and of described as anarchist. they are apparently protesting the officer involved shooting that took place at 8:00 p.m. this evening on 14 and natoma street. police say officer with the gang task force opened fire on a suspected gang member after that suspected gang member pointed a gun at the officer during the foot pursuit. suspect was shot twice and is recovering from non-life threatening injuries at san franci
>> good evening i'm dan. >> i'm carolyn. we begin with the breaking news in san francisco tonight. >> happening in the mission contradict where protestors have vandalize the police station there after an officer involved shooting tonight. lillian is live with the very latest on the story. lillian? >> dan this all happened within the last half hour so we are still piecing together the details. as you can see there's a heavy police presence at the mission district police statio station. we have been told a group of protestors described as black law came to the station and spray painted killer on the main door. black lock is a group of protestors that wear mask and the color black and of described as anarchist. they are apparently protesting the officer involved shooting that took place at 8:00 p.m. this evening on 14 and natoma street. police say officer with the gang task force opened fire on a suspected gang member after that suspected gang member pointed a gun at the officer during the foot pursuit. suspect was shot twice and is recovering from non-life threatening injuries
jimmykimmellive.com. once again, slightly stoopid. good night! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ @Ñ >> good evening i'm dan. >> i'm carolyn. we begin with the breaking news in san francisco tonight. >> happening in the mission contradict where protestors have vandalize the police station there after an officer involved shooting tonight. lillian is live with the very latest on the story. lillian? >> dan this all happened within the last half hour so we are still piecing together the details. as you can see there's a heavy police presence at the mission district police statio station. we have been told a group of protestors described as black law came to the station and spray painted killer on the main door. black lock is a group of protestors that wear mask and the color black and of described as anarchist. they are apparently protesting the officer involved shooting that took place at 8:00 p.m. this evening on 14 and natoma street. police say officer with the gang task force opened fire on a suspected gang member after that suspected gang member pointed a gun at the officer during the foot pursuit.
that we have done over the past 20 years. dan adams of my staff will go into greater detail about this specific legislation, and again how it is a crucial part of the larger housing trust fund. thank you very much. >> thank you mr. lee. so why don't we go to president david chu before the presentation by your staff. >> was supervisor cohen on the mic? >> i was but -- >> great. >> i can yield to you mr. president. >> thank you. first of allcology leagues i want to thank you for considering this legislation as i think you understand the context of this. this was a policy change that came out of the hard work of the working group and i want to thank them for not only the work they did on the measure we will be considering on the november ballot but as well as considering trailing legislation i think this is the first piece that this committee and our board will be considering. i know it wasn't easy for our housing advocates, and policy makers and developers to develop the consensus when needed when there was so much at stake and i want to say that the unity the afforable housing c
. dan deming of stutland equities joins us now. you're a vix guru. what is the vix telling you dan? > > angie, it's interesting right now. we're kind of seeing the vix, yesterday, pop up fairly significantly, trading through that 14 level all the way up to 1453, up about 9%. so really, the market kind of saw its first real test after a couple weeks of consolidation. we saw reaction in the vix. we saw the vix up fairly significantly. we also saw some pretty firm buying of options in the front months in the vix as we moved toward the end of the day yesterday. > > overall, what does that mean in plain english? are people comfortable with this market dan? > > right now you look at the vix down around 15, historically that's pretty low. so you have to say yes, people are pretty comfortable with this market. but that also can lead to explosive moves in the vix, which we have seen over the course of the last couple of years. right now, if you look at the realized volatility, the vix is actually trading a little bit over realized volatility. but like i said, we got our first kind of real
and is live with more on what happened on the streets. >> reporter: dan, we were with them the whole way. we are currently at seventh and market where you can see the crowds have disbanded. you can see critical mass is no more. but we want to quickly get you to the video. we were with the cyclist since just about6:45 just before the official cycling began. we started at embarcadero, but they made their way south of market. it was slow moving for people getting off of work. dozens of commuters gave up and they pulled out their phones to take videos. now to our next video about 20 minutes later we made it a mile and a half away past the parking lot of cars on market street. it was a complete stand still for tens of thousands of cyclist making their way to union square. thousands of onlookers are pulling out their phones and cameras to document the city of san francisco at a stand still. and then it got contentious at many points. we have one of those moments to show you right now. that was van ness and pine. one driver lost his patience. he was trapped very upset, and you could hear the is und
this was coming. >> that's certainly true, dan. a sad night here in walnut creek. we do know that family members and chp officials say by tomorrow they will be ready to begin plans for a memorial, but tonight the news out of here was that a family man, a dedicated chp officer died in the line of duty at john muir medical center tonight. athis et approximately 6:05 p.m. officer kenyan youngstrom was pronounced deceased. >> doctors had not expected the officer to survive after a bullet to his headvered his sevs spinal cord. he was on life support for a day and a half. his organsnow be donated. >> this has been a life altering tragedy for the family, and a tragedy that has affected us to the core. >> chp officers came and went in a constant stream through the emergency room at john muir medical center. one hour after his death, a chp helicopter circled the hospital floshing its lights in what -- flashing its lights in what appeared to be a salute for the fallen officer. >> the officer's family wants to express their deepest gratitude to the law enforcement family, first responders, medical staff, m
. dan likes that. still managing to elude animal control officials. the bear has been spotted in neighborhoods all over northeastern ohio and has his own twitter account. >> of course he does. >> like me. with more than 1,700 followers. the bear doesn't really have a twitter account. >> it's a sorry state of affairs, when the bear has a twitter account, and ron claiborne -- >> the bear and i will share a twitter account. >> we'll figure it out. >> thank you. >> thank you, ron. >>> now, to one of the most beautiful places in this country, where a fatal virus is spreading this morning, a virus that has just killed a third person. and right now, scientists are scrambling to warn tens of thousands of others who visited yosemite national park. abc's john muller is on the story. >> reporter: good morning, dan. this has gone global. the u.s. health officials have sent warnings that citizens may have been exposed to a deadly virus with no cure. thousands across the u.s., also being warned. throughout the park, warnings posted. park rangers flagging motorists as they enter. but the gre
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